San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 18, Ed. 1, Tuesday, February 9, 1886 Page: 4 of 4
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Tuesday February 9 1886
Tlit Larnot Assortimnt and the Haraains
wd nro litre llnir In
lltimlu. brooms Tinware.
lilr.Kunc". Willow ware
llcncral llnii.cnirnMiliiif floods. Wr "Mil
contlliuo to knock prices ciIJ. If sou ntnl
n)ll.lnit to fuml-li jour table nr decorate
jour holm I come ami see u.. SI'.KIIIK
.MOST IinAlTIKI'l. STOKI! IX TF.'A!
vtberc soman buy Hoods ClictitK-r than uny
BERGSTROM & GRAY.
Liver j State &Hacts Connected
the City. OiH'n Hay an. 1 Nlidit. Tel. Iw.
CARTER I IULLALI
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.
412 mill -14 Alnmo I'limt
SAN ANTONIO ... TEXAS.
Hortss Mutts anil Wagons at Auction
Ttiliur tit lUni luek sliarp cfiiiiiucnc
Iliu Wiiliie.tliiy. Ill
lanlrt Kill lire nil ll
ill I lin mil. IhV Military I'luiu
In In hi if Southern lint. I
IJSIlin S. M.WIIAino.N.
A Very Cloia Shsse.
VI It Ml (t:i Hill i:SI'l'N('i:it nn. lull ni llw
aii.louiiipauly liullt. unit lltcd In Uie tear
win in iiii i:iiii' miiw nr cninm Mas-a.
thusi-ns. 'lliu)niitiir mini was lent Inir limne
ti. utnrn lu ttit ton l. some -It mile.. tlMiiut
tnirct ntlni'tinck Unit liehitil killed tlu'ilay be.
llulm il In Hint Hint tin
ill limine throwing tin
inir tliuhlatle liti heard il sllvlit ciiuklour atliy
Iwljr nml Is-ron' Iiccnulil turn tutri t hlntiiiKty
i Uie ho w in siirrnuhilctt t.y i w nty rt-.l iminl el
at aires. Ililurc lin iiiuM dl-ehiirirn III. 1 1 II..
tin hi seised unci timiiul uii.t 1 1. mi I lu hat k
nr a lory ir horse. 'I In. ml tin tli.-n lint
IIki buck to I lio Imi'k .il nuollicr nml tiller
Iniir iliia Jiiuini-) Inir tirrltcd al the camp.
Tin prl.our was roii.liu l.l tu 11 loir lint ami
plated liiuti'r iruiinl nr it lull. .u frfitl warilnr
a liu seemed
ulil sipum- who toM lliii
jouwr man In broken t'.uullsh Hint It
1 1 tin
1 know full well that at hiiiiil...
i wotiM bo put tn tin' must fearful tnrtuics
Hi that ho lulls! either I'seaim 1m funi tiiiiin.
iir or Oil a It rrltiln ili'iilli. Mienccr waited
i-il fur hours until at lii.tiiir)tliliiir
luillan iruani wrapped in hi blanket with his
rltl.i liy lili l.lo ready ror ln-liinl use. 1-1. m.
nr liuinn riitne up lifori' tlin jotuitr man; of
lila sweetheart uii.l his iltaruM mother who.
waltluit JuuiiH.l toward tht'inutnl whn.f titilf k
ear tltttctt.t llm iiinvciiii-iit. ami li. liti.l ru.n
mi Iilacllam'! Inn Ki
tlm hatchet tie.
i.l 111 Ills litu.l. I
sunk back ili-ml without
nlil spui . wlm id.ii wu iiii.inir now itwnkt
unit stinted In Kite tlm aliiim but Miem-ci
realizing Id iimitfir huh eipitd tu tht-cim r-
tlotisly through tin. t'Uiiiii nii.l i
mul ilrlnk byjho cleur stream whlilt Unwed
n Im uu.. about ttiili.pulr when
'thlnir irllidt-nlii.r In 1 lit. sunset'.
irlnw wlitcli inililn hla lipait llunti with tltw
iiirur -incrc awiiiffinir in tno aulumira lljrlit
una irnclo lliiiiriuu'a lliifu iri.lilcn nll.
KtlU.II binclM H.IM.III! liu I'lilcilincl anil
In n ft'ff iiinim iita llnt la I! rami Im.t l.n 1
up tlioteaiu loant.l hlin twtitlulliira mul n mi.
ttut piMiu. unu ticiiicreii nun aari-ly
ul Ititttttl lur all imlipunary atluif
cuniniiin ainnnirttiullttln ptKiplo. MIlllLKV'H
IITIM It LUU UIIDlUi;!' IN 11 KTtUlU
Tor anlo liy r K'hIU-jit k Hon
Imiir aulTt'ror with t'tiusuiniillon.
Kit nil up loillo liy hrr pliyalclana. hliulicanl
nt lr. Kiojf a rew jiimiuti-ry in
Innuttia' tlmo alio
liinr-n nr dtr tiillf.N
provt.lsho liua tiutt uslliir It. Hlin le-la ahu
tiwea her lirotolt" JTt'ti unu noiiifH nt
lltflaa' llruif Btort'. c
My Jlomcropatlilo tlepartincnt li
medicines of that ecliool In my form to
stock or pellets siiL-nr-or-mllk powder
jiaperi viols and all llomrropatlilo par-
Fowler 14 Westuouston street. 1-7-tf
Undertakers Funeral Directors
RAYS OF LIGHT.
Qalhered Here and There by the Local
Kggi are plenty nt l."i cents a dozen.
llurglars are ngalnhtlnf; heard from.
The Alazun tlllch Is being rlcaned
The I'robale Cwiirt I In staioii to
St. ilary's strict bridge Is belngre.
I'ancoait .Vbonl'nte the new shapes
In spring hata.
A surprise parly lur nest Saturday
night l on tilt.
The local iollllcal cauldron is on the
ere of bubbling.
There "III aoon be two weddings on
Itellglotis services nro held dally In
the Trinity Church.
Cnplaln Juan Cardenas in a peace-
maker is utile a success
The Hand ol Hope of the Trinity 51.
K. Church meets next I'rlday.
The Madison Square Church prayer
meeting la held next Friday.
The fence around the new Second
Ward school has been finished.
The trnln from Kloresvllle came In
tilled with passengers Jeslerday.
Some very choice spring stills al-
ready recelvid at l'uticoast A Son
Mr Kin 1 1 Iturhu celebrates lilt birth-
day anniversary next Monday night.
Krelghls on the International and
Great Northern rallwny are booming
Local travel towards San Antonio Is
being resumed. The smnlbpoc scare Is
'1 he Ilachelors and llcnrdiet's Club
will dance nt the Casino next 'I liursday
'I lie trees are putting on their new
spring dress of leaves and the Dowers
The I. inn I has rerrltrd mi Invita-
tion to intend a surprise partvon liwyer
atetiue next Saturday night.
The grating on Soledad street In
front of the Kllle reataurant la loose and
dangerous to unwary pedeitrlaui..
'I he game law Is being openly vio-
lated put west say the railroad authori-
ties. It should be'attendttl to.
As n conundrum It is often asked.
why Is Mao Anderson like nccesslt
llecause necessity Knows no law.
Ueorge Allen was arrestnl this
morning for lighting. Ills (use will be
tried before Anton Ailaiu this a fit moon.
The Slate cocking tournament lo bo
held nt the Kn-hlon. commencing the
L'2tl. is ailractlngtoiislderable attention.
KdgurSihramiii pleaded s:mlty he-
lore Anton Adam Ihla morning to as-
siulting (llloThadilen ant! win lined
--The Opera House Comiiilltio will
not meet this evening owing to tevcinl
of the memhvrM being either sick or out
or the city.
.Mr. John Vt'lgland who realties on
the Martinez has preaeiitctl Mr. August
Nette with Ihrec exceptionally large
Mr. and Mrs. Henry lloeiner were
celebrating the int If r'a birthday she was
presented with an elegant plaiin by her
father and mother.
The cornerstone of the new city and
county hospital will be laid with appro-
priate (ercmotilts anil cement next
The Moody and Sankey choir will
meat again Thursday night iit the First
ilapllsl church on the corner ol Travis
and Jeflerson streets.
How much longer are subscribers
to the Volksfest lizzie lo wait before the
Hoard of Directory will publish u state-
ment of Its receipts and expenditures?
The Donaldson liellef Cominllteo
desire to thank the scholars nml public
In general for their kind help In tho
past nod ask a continuance In the future.
A good house servant that ran wash
anil Iron Herman or English preferred.
Can llnd a good place to work In n small
family at N.S Forth Flores street. 2-J 'M.
Mr. Seele Is temporarily engaged ns
n teacher In the High School building
to till the vacancy caused bv the de-
parture or Miss Nellie Noivs'riir Wis-
consin. The Casino Meldelssolm chorus will
sing at the San Antonio IIIMii Armory
on the evening or the 22d In celebration
of Iheblrthday anniversary or the Fathtr
Several northern strangtra took an
open air bath In the river testerday nr.
ternoon near Mission Coneepclon. It
was a novelty to them tn bathe In the
titer In February.
A. Iloldln n negro was Insulted last
night on Military plaza byn negro wo-
man and promptly knocked her down
lie nns promptly lined J."i by the Itecor-
der this morning
MnJor.Stitntier. In behalf of General
Stanley informed the delegation that
visited Government Headquarters tes-
terday that the mllllary would partici-
pate In Hitparade.
Mr. Singer was dismissed from tho
charge of striking .Michael llrown In
Recorder's Court this morning. It wn
In evidence that Michael had said very
bad tldnirs about Singer's wife
-Tin anniversary of the Ancient Or.
dcr United Workman will be celebrated
this year with a grand ball at Casino
on the 1Mb of this month ihel.iniu
has received tickets or admission.
i he remains of Mrs. K. S. Jackson
who died of consumption nt tliori.il-
dente or Mrs. Tobln were shipped to
her former residence In Illinois by
Ilergstrom X Orny undertakers.
The I.inur has been complimented
with tickets for the Arbelttr Vereln
masquerade on Saturday February 37.
Messrs. II. Fuust II. I.aager nml Max
Xlmmermnn aro the committee In charge.
Mr. S. D. Xoyes and Miss Nettle.
Noyes brother ar.d sister of .Major 0. S.
Noyes were suddenly called to their
homo jesterday to see their mother who
Is reported to be at the point or ncntli.
A meeting of the committee and
siib-couimlttees having in charge ar-
rangements ror the visit or Moody and
Sanky to this city will meet this after-
noon nt 4:30 p. in at the rnyue Metho.
Mrs. S.J. Merrick principal or tho
Second Ward public school received tlm
sad news this mornlnir or the eerloua III.
ness or lier brother lion. H. 1. New-
comb in Washington D. ( '. from paral-
j.ia ui int uiuiu
"Matt a Talc of a Carat an" by Rob-
ert Buchanan Is the tide or u new con-
tinued storr which Is commenci In in.
day's Issue or tho I.iciit. It will be
continueti uauy iiniiiemied nml readers
will Had It unusually Interesting.
llarbera Oeriz. n pretty German
girl residing on Water street near the
Mission garden dledsuddenlyyesterday
from congestion of the brnln. An In.
quest wns held on lier body nnd the Jury
iciiuiicti n tcruici in accordance wittt
the medical testimony.
Vestenlav afternoon I'r.iUrlcb
elgler. died suddenly at his rtsldence
on North Flores street passing nwav
while sleeping. The deceased wns 7'ii
years old. be was a well known ami r.
peeled citizen his son Charles X.legler
stilus u eitijieiii meinoer oi tne city
The most popular cigarettes are the
Opera Fulls at popular price. -4-71y
M. a. Anderson Envious of the Newt
paper Mens' Shirts.
Col. M. (I. Anderson Is retained lor
the defense In the Hiirkhitrt murder
trial. Col. Andcison's reputation as n
criminal Inwer Is Indisputable. All
great men have their wesknesses and
Idlosyncrnclcs Col Malcolm (lllchrlst
Anderson has a ve Inof alrolilllous spleen
which always makesltself evident when
be has occasion tu allude to newspapr rs
or their representatives. A strong ex
empllllcatlon of this was apparent In
the oratorical flights or Col.
Malcolm Ullcbrlsl Anderson this
morning In his speech for
the defence In the llurkhart trial. It la
a legal axiom that when a lawyer has a
lame cane he Irles to befog the Jury by
slinging as much mud as possible at the
prosecution nnd their witnesses ibis
Colonel Malcolm Ullchrlet Anderson
practiced this morning tvllh- more than
bis usual venom When the Colonel at.
tempts to quote Shakespere he certain-
ly lays hlm.elf opsn lo strong criticism.
He coaimenccd talking about Falslaft
nnd Ids "salrapa" having but a single
whole shirt between them and he drew
this strange simile to apply lo the news
paper men of Ihla city staled
Ida doubt lrthev could llnd a whole ehlrt
among the newspaper reporters lu
town. ueilllf men oi una iroiessnut
were men who believed themaeltea
thiirtiuuiilv nosteil on science law nml
divinity anil every other 'subject but
were especially eaprri uu iiisnniiji iui
this reason the Slate bad summoned
three newspaper reporters and he went
onto analje the testimony saying Ihey
put n man on uie sinnu iner canen
itowe nnd that he was placed on the
stand on the supposition that
he had u very 'ntluiatu knowledge
of the defendant nnd his actions anil nr-
ler the mutter was sifted Howe hnil not
seen the defendant but once and then
Colons 1 Anderson went on lo say tney
nut n vouiiir man on tbe stand: n very
clever sort of Individual called Crank-
slim anil said that this joiing man was
Inir eliollgll to leemy unit me mini
cym looked glaed when he Inlertiettid
liiin In tin bat ente. but irate It as Ids
opinion that the man hud been on a
drunk anil was just gelling titer the ef.
ftcls of it but whin craiiksiuu wns
asked whether the mall wns Insane
Crsnkslon's boat did not hold as much
water as that Il was too deep for lilm.
and lie could not say. He then turned
bis attention to Cotton's (Kxpress) les-
llinonr and anal)ed It In the same
grnlul'toiikly Insulting language lie al-
luded to the Hon. A. .1. F.vans us n
hjenn which District Attorney I'asclial
kept In a cage and had opened n door
or it to let til in out lor the purpose or
feasting on Ids victim. At the conclu-
sion of this grand display of forensic
slang there was consuierauie applause
among thespectalors. District Attorney
I'asclial then rose nnd asked the Court
that the parties applauding be brought
liffori- the bar nml punished and ulso
expressed the belief lliat the parties had
been brought there for that purpose.
Judge Noonan ordered the bbcrlft to
bring the parties before hint; this that
olllclal wns unable to do not knowing
vt ho they were. Judge Noonan nt the
snuie time stating that he did not
think tbe pnrt'.e were brought there
purposely but nllilhuted their lll-be-havlor
to their associations nnd he pre.
sinned that they attended tho Fashion
Thentre regularly. With this latter un-
called lor comment on an orderly con-
dueled establishment Judge Kvalis
commenced his argument after which
the court adjourned for dinner.
Corner Stone Laying.
The corner 6tono laying w'll be cele-
brated of the new hospital next Thurs-
day afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
At the jewelry rallle organized for the
benefit of Mine. Delaseux the follow Ing
lucky persons look prizes:
let lirle Miss Withers; 2d prize Mrs.
Sam Johnson; lid prize Mrs. M. I.eroux;
4th prize Mrs. 1. M. Foster; Sth prize
Mrs. Slrlbllng; Uth prize Mrs. Nat.
Lewis; 7th prize Mrs. M. I.eroux; Mil
prize Mrs M Greaser; Uth prize Mrs.
F. II. Terrell; 101b prize Mrs. Mary Cat-
On the 2nd or February .Mr. W. C. WIN
klnson of Wharton was married to Miss
Mamie I'elley daughter or Mr. F. ID
I 'el ley or this city. Miss Mamie was In
Wharton on a visit to relatives and mak-
ing the acquaintance of the luckyjyoung
merchant concluded to remain lor life.
Many of the young gentlemen of this
city do not hate the most kindly ft el-
lugs for t lie Whnrton man that stole one
ol the prettiest girls of the Alamo City.
The District Court Is sllll occupied In
the llurkhart murder trial and the evi-
dence hus all been given and the open-
ing speech for the prosecution which
wns an able one by District Attorney
George I'asclial was completed Inst
night This morning M. . Anderson
made the closing speech for the defense
having been preceded by Mr. Tom
Shields. Mr. Anderson was sllll speak-
ing nt the time or writing.
The Street Improvements
i he contractor's work on South Florin
street Is approaching completion nnd
enough of It U tlnlshed In Judge of III
character. No belter street has been
made In this Slate or probnblj any-
where else and It Is a hlrili compliment
on the City Lnglnecr Mr. Matlack who
furnished the original plans Tor the
work and the contractor Mr. Marshall
Tor the thorough manner In which the
plana are executed. If San Antonio
could only liavo such streets In all parts
nnd then water to Hush them sewers
w ould not be such a great demand.
South Flores Street.
1 or ears this section of the city was
at a standstill. Notwithstanding the
building of tho streetcar line to that
part of the city little or no Improve
iucntttas noticeable until the Aransas
l'ass Railroad began operations when
presto change everything woke up ns
ii u manic nouses lire now. going up
on every sine ns ii oy encnantmeni ami
an entire street has sprung Into exist
ence south or "Lover's Lane" The
sound or the hammer nnd the ring or the
trowel makes sweet muslo In the ears or
property owners. It Is the busiest and
liveliest portion or the city.
Last night a burglar ellectetl an
trance Into the house of Mr. J. Allanson
llvlngat UIOThlrd street and succeeded
In getting away with two band-boxes
containing n lint nnd bonnet belonirlnir
to Mrs. nnd Miss Allanson. Ho wns ex
tremely light-footed because lie passed
wnuinniew steps oi a large nog anti
into ins uouse inrougu a vacant room
He awakened the household by over
turnlne n tin wash bowl but unforiu.
nately no weapons wero convenient to
top ins ratuer excited steps as lie ran
Hcrosa jir. Aiianson s nowiy inatio gar.
MOODY AND SANKY OHOIR.
A Full Membership Qocured and Work
The Moody and Sanky choir held a
well attended meeting last night nt
I'alne M. II. Church. Singing nnd eholr
practice was the feature of the evening
i lio following new members raising
tue membership In 102 were enrolled last
night: Mlssea Ilelle linker. IMna
Truax. L'da Illinallne K. A. Felder
Kula F.uirle Martha Cook Mollle Cook.
Mrs. Annie Baker. Mrs. Ada llode Mr.
II. F. Ilunsaeker. A. Feeplea Win.
Ilodcklna F. T lira) son II. Rice. W.
II. Ware Mlsa Mamie Howard Miss
Annie Osuioii Mrs. M. II. Thomas. Mrs.
I'eebles Mrs. lloone Mrs. M. Masher
Mr. II. I'. llerndiin J. It. F.inrlc Chas.
Smith Arthur Spllmsn Miss Craven
Mra Cravin Mrs. I. h. Thompson
Misses Mamie Ilenii Sarah Hell Fleda
Carrol lllrdle Jones llerta Uoodlne
Mary Watson. Jessie ICvnns. Julia F.ti-
gllsh Mattle lloselle llessle Ilratlley.
.Madeline llradly l.lla Mat news .Mint
Miek Mr. F.J. Caldwell. Mrs. Kiigll-h.
Mr. Frank Ostrom Mrs. mint.
School of Elocution.
.Mr. Cyril Searle for years a leading
member or the New York anil London
theatres now visiting Kan AHtnnlo Is
willing tn leceite a select number of
ladles and ircntleincn as punlls In the
art or elocution and stage deportment.
For terms etu address i.kiiit oilier.
At a meeting of the International
I ..nut mul IliiHiHmr Sorletr held last
iiliiht the follow Ing olllcen were elected
ror the ensuing .tear:
President William llo'land.
Vlce-Freeldelit George II. lllnes.
Ilo ird or Directors William Holland
I... ...... 11 Ml 1.' Il.rll'.lr I' Cum..
A.. I. Fry. L. S. ilrackelt II. I'raeger.
'I'liU la uu old expression used to con-
voy Ihn Idea id a big dinner; so big ns
to make Hie table creak and threaten lo
tuniblo to the Hour r-ouietlinca It hip-
nens that iirnide eat too much of the Isisr
dinner and have to groan over the at
tacks or indigestion tne precursors oi
regular dyspepsia. Ilrown's Iron Hit-
lers the great enemy or djspepsla re-
lieves all Ibis trouble nnd mnkes com-
rort take the place of groaning. Mrs.
.Manilla llatltlson .Montgomery tyiiy
Mo. sajs: "I took Ilrown's Iron Hit-
ters Tor dyspepsia and It did mo great
LOCAL BUSINESS NOTES.
-Ilalnbrlilgi" and Corner next to the
Fostolllee; sell valentines. 2 il-iit
Will close) out overcoats and winter
underwear very cheap at l'ancnast A
For line Ireea and pot platila call on
W. W. III.AIII
l-'JS tf No. .i West Houston St.
When )nu netd any Jobprlntlngeall
around nnd gel prices nt the Liintr
Two things which a base-ball plajer
needs-a bat and a bottle or St. Jacob's
Visiting cards Irte. How to get
them: Ak the lily subscription agent
ol the Limn.
For line shade ami ornamental trees
call on W. W. Ili..tii.
I-2-.-ir No. B West Houston St.
Domestic olllce removed to 13 North
Flores street. Needles oil pans and
nttachimnts. I in II FaiiKsn Agent.
A complete assortment of cigars to-
bacco and smokers' articles nt Henry
Wulll's corner .Military Plnz.a nnd Gnlan
New tjpe line stock nnd exper-
ienced printers nr the I.iiiii r Juts print-
ing olllce. A call Is respectfully solic-
ited. Just arrived from Nursery new
stock or roses and pot plants special va-
rieties. W. W. HI..1IU
l-2s-tr No. 5 West Houston St.
If you wnnt lo buy or sell any kind
or stock or real estate go to Chavez
Morln .t Mateu South t lores street.
They will denl squnrolt-. 1-2-tf
-Chave7 Morln & Malcu have tnken
charge or the stock vnrd on South Flores
street south ol Military plaza where
they will do a commission business buy-
ing and telling nil kinds of stockl-'J-lf
About three yenrs ago the agent for
Acker's Kngllsh Remedy llrst called at
this town and since then the number or
testimonials that have been sent In to
Ragland & Co nnd II. L. Fowler con-
cerning the merits or the Remedy and
Hie many cures e Heeled surprises.
They wish It to he thoroughly under-
stood that ror all Colds Hoarseness
Asthma Croup. Whooping Cough nil
litthlslcnl troubles. They have never
known Its equal and positively guaran-
tee It. "'
SI Vlltntlne Mask Ball.
There will be a mask ball at Fest
Garden on South Flores street on the
evening or Sunday the lltli instant. A
good time anticipated. Kverybody In-
Casino Association tl
Special meeting on Wednesday. Feb-
ruary 10 p. in. All members are reques
ted to be present importantl
Jai'oii W.tEiiiKii l'rest. 0. A.
The storehouse on Commerce street
rotiuerly ocbupled by .1. Oppenhelmer A;
Co. is lor rent Willi or wiiiiout uie
wnrehnuse on Market street.
2-S(it F.n. SlKt i.
Single buggy nnd harness. Inquire of
u. A. at i.inur oiuce. '.ii.ii
Just in. a car-load strictly fresh Cull
Iforniit oranges. Frlce ns low as the
lOtteSI. Iv. M AIS.K.N
2-i;.;it 2ti Soledad Street.
Stoek Books Open.
The books are now open for the sale
of stock In the Universal Building nnd
Loan Association at the olllce of the alec
rctary at No. 4 Fust Commerce street or
s . u. iiox jto
KliMin D.J. Kkaiiskv Secretary.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup
should always be used for children
teething. It sooths the child softens
the gums alleys all pain cures wind
cone unu is I no Jjeni reuieuy ior mar-rha-a.
23 cents a bottle. 7-22-lyr.
toTFor everything needed In tbe lum
ber line can on 1-. J. neiici nt inter
national and Great Northern depot ly
. tiuait of slump
n lllllo Mack luck oak bark.
inula rallriiiiil spnto tiro ine rciiil.nca i
linn IlitleiH. lint In intikf a Iriitt Iron I
like lli-own's ll-oll Tonlu rttiulleH tint lihiliesl
A Reliable. Article.
I'm' enterprise push ami H desire In net
sneh iriNsts as will ulte llio traito satlsraelltin
II. I. Fowler It Colin 4. Co. J. 11. lift llif. J.
I'liitlu Hit' ilrinraista Ileatl til loinpetltitni.
Tliey sell Dr. lliiBiiiiko'a Ciiuiili ami l.iunr
H J' l ii 1 1. ht'cauMi Its Hit best iiicdlclnt on Iliu
market for t'tiuirhs Colds Croup anil Primary
Consiiiiipllon I'll Ul tents unit (I. Sum-
On Monday evening February V at II
o'clock at his ranch seven miles south
of the city one (r Han Antonio's most
respected citizens Mr. William 0. Free-
man father or Mr. W. It. Freeman. Mr.
Freeman was a native or New Vork
State having located In our idly In 1877
In poor hesltu and at time or death was
CGyears of age. Ills funeral will take
place to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock
I from the First Presbyterian church the
llev. Dr. Nasi "delating The friends
or the family are Invitee!.
Call at Once.
1'arlles desiring to take stock In tbe
Universal Building and Loan Associa-
tion are requested to call upon the Sec-
rtlary at his olllce at No. 4 Last Com-
inerie street. There aro only 1000
shares to bo sold and are going fast.
Two hundred shares sold to-day.
IlK ITUHHtlNl.il My ttic CIO "uiiticllof ttif
rilv of fun Antonio:
Smiion I. That It chilli U unl.ifiil for
iiy.iii.-hi'lrhc hlt liltr lnl our urm-i tin-
iifjiil ti Km in1 nil I'rmTMlon vwt pt At Mich
liut-N ho mil)' . I mitral Ml l.v Hh Kuiiouil
Hro.:! Aty i'inoii tun inl jrullly r it Wn
tlmior ihtn or.'liiiiniT ilial ) flnc.1 In nny
mi nut ) Hi tin tltt (to.liirt.tfri.mi nor man
tii mi tno liumlrril ito'liir ((i!"ii.
Mw.l F.-bnmry I.
.f f.pro(.H IIUVAN C VI.I.AtlllAN
i:. I'. Ci.ti mil CHv tlrk.
Till irowiler m'ver vttru-B. . nmrvpl ot
purltt. rlrentrtli uml wliolfdonu'tu'dr. Moio
eco not i lent than tlio ontlniiry kinds ami can
not tu po t In ctinipt tit Ion wllli tho iiiullltutcfl
orlowti-ftt plioil wt-lKlit iiluuinr iiliosphato
iters. (oui oiuy in ciinn. uojni rntuniK
tier rotnptiny. K. Wall street New Yoik.
NirxlsoLii). Joseph Shely
LEAL & SHELY
llXlnlillslie.l In KVI.l
1 lliiltirtisastreet between Main
ami Military rlarus-.
Live Stock Exchange
IIUItKAll OF INFOIIMATION.
Itt-HkTH In Frontier I.aml Mexican Artlplcs
aint (Irm-ral AK'ticy.
VI usle ami Kilioul or sipeclaltes.
Ml. Ill ItfeK STItlll.T. S.S A.NTllNIII
Willi a full Col 1" or lonipi lent Ti iielier
Teiins for roll come In lltsik-keeplinr by
ttoublo i nlrIS Tiilt'nn by the mouth lu
niinlt'tl M-ltct or school nr f-.i'cliillli". -'.
Music on pimioor oiiraii by I ho month
TnniBr Hall Bar for Rent.
rlirht lo lejeet any
nil bills. For rurtlie
liilolliiallou Imiiilieiil .1. H.hCIIi;i lilt.
Limit man lliill'tluir Coiuiulttfo.
A NEW SHOE SHOP.
Uilir-Stiled nml llerlrtt Feznetl .Vtl Cents.
.. .. . Sewed 7fl
SSritt pall Inir nl slu.it iioll.-e.i tlytloiif.
Call ami cxunilne my work. .So. Ill Hast
lion-ton slin t. .
29 Acequia Street
Ntarllio Main l'laii. San Auloitlo. Texas.
Ihiiplotcts tlt".lrluir help such us linuso ser-
tants rami lalioierK heitlera etceuu idwnys
be suppllttl with inaat rellablf persons limit'
ami leniiile by applying- as iiIhho. Parties
ile-iiiiiir employment of any klntl will plea.o
call. I'arlletiltir earoniiil iitteiitltin Rltell as
lo character or help ruriiMicl. llelereneoby
iu'inilsl II. It. Miiiiitn rir il II. Hliiinbeilf.
It. .1. Ilolliilli ami I'lll.V .Meek.
2-1-lm I!. ItE.NHV. Maninrer
T70K RENT- .Mainii llestaill mil. No. 10: also II
T tltflooiu eollaire .
fii'iuln or Mia. II. A. Mill
Tin. .lull .tlx
I7I0RSAIE A baiiTHln-a irtssl lock liousi am
' lot on An nue K live looiiie two miller
les. bay w Im low. stable ami etu I lairo I so al
Insplellillilcomllllou. AiMll. I' No. 7011 At
emit' I) run Antonio Tfta. 3-K-U
Abbey SI.V Nat ami si reel.
IIUNIIANU tryoil haven Weak Nervous
llflillltaleti wile tin not scuta or net
nuirry with lier. lllto Iter irlntl. lottnir w
tht til cut Hi'sltim llfiiiivalor ami our won!
n' II she will stain bless Juu. 1'or snlo by K
s FIRST.CLA.S tliorotlirli I'.inrlnt
iV chinist tltlii'S a situation. Is iniupctent
lo put op ami run any ainniti nun nuieiy.
As u pretention anil cure lur llnjr ami
Chlekenl lmlelii KAVM KI'.NTt'CKV KON-
lirrniN l'llwlillltHsltiml without a rltul. A
Tew spoonfuls lulled with liieal ami toil to
rouliry ta-easitiuiiiiy. win cum iiietti m utiiK-
ami Clioleia ami mako tliein thrlto. 1-oi'salc
jy K Kallett r ic tton.
rl. A. A. I'. It. It.
AltlllVAI.a AMI PM'tllTlitKS.
L'nlll rurllier nolleo trains w HI run lis fol-
lows Daily except fiintlavl Is atiiKan Alilie
.'II. m Arilw.Mt S'lon..llli IlilSIU.ltl.
Is ate lionsthleS p. m. Arrlteat 8au Anto
nio a p. li
ctltiR at Han Autoulo with
i rucinu ami pomuvrn raeioc nai
ul at Hoii'tvllln Willi it ntio lino fur all
ALL OUR CLOTHING
MARKED WAY DOWN!
-INE DRESS 131 BUSINESS SUITS
In the reach of Everybody.
EVERYTHING WILL HAVE TO GO
Before the Arrival pf
OUR SPBISG STOCK 1
Do not Miss this CHANCE but call at once and
and be shown through our Stock
to satisfy yourself oT
This Unprecedented Offer.
31 & 33 Alamo Plaza.
WHY PAY HIGH PRICES FOR
CLO TH ING
neii ton tun Kit suits ol llii'HNKST IMPtmn'.ll lilt lllltllrini l.lllll-l.iiiii.liuplulhf
est In. Ill .'specially tu jour oi.ler. at luoilerali' plltts by VAI.KNTI.N I: I.llllll.t. Ihu
Popular 'lidlor loiniiurei' stieet near Inl.lire Only nr.Ctliiss worktueii tnijil.ij 1 unit I liu
best irlininlnirsu-t'tl. A III iriiaruulttl.
VAL. LORRA Popular Tuitor Commerce St. near Bridge.
Pistols Cutlery and Fishing Tackle. I
LeFever Haminerless Guns
American Wood Powder
Peck & Snyder's Goods.
! Sporting Articles
1240 COMMERCE ST-.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Coincident lo business center with best.
SKMI-ANNHAt NTATK.Mr.NT III'
BEXAR BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION.
'talciiienl ot lint Secretary
It Ion anil t iilui' ol stock pet
KIllklllK I II li.l . . .
Tolnl t la.Mll
Pn.llt tluilnir the term
t'liilttliled buliiiiei'liiM stitti'iiii'iil
beat liur'a net nrollt id
Til UU IIIVIIir.ll AS FOLLOW."
ist series U I I'lalh series...
l Ninth Males .
VAI.CK OF STIM'K.
Amount Value ill
I'aldln. Last Ulateui'
tm in flTHini
Clxlilli . ...
lerslirnetl ineuibers or the niiiiu?o Coiuinllliv I'ttiuir carerully examined tli
Ut poit or tho Hecietiiry ror the sit l
joiin i:. ociisi:
Pt ItrThu lentil seilea td this AsstK'latli
heeirully ulten by the llliilerslirne.lii.silti
sClir Great Clotlii
ContlHur-H Olio Week t.oiiRer.
F.W. MLLISTER & BRO.
201 10J AMD 203 S. ALAMO St COB VILUTA'
SAN ANTONIO. TICXA
We aro VVIiolesale nml llelall llcal'irs lu Austin
While Lime llest llrnu.ls or Hark Itnsc mlalt' anil
linporteil KiikIIbIi Portland Cements Piaster of
Paris and lmir float Hair ami would ask jou tu
Call or write us for prices bororo purchaslntr cist!
where. Pleaso nicotian this paper.
and Hunting Outfits.
SAN AR-T0N10 T-EX.
rtN An'iomo Tux ta HiwmlK r III W..
iillmr neceuiberlll lax.' slmwliiu
IS in III
lll'IIINO Till! TIlllM.
I liy withdrawal rouitlisei
I'lt st nt Value "''l!1:1!.';.11"1
emiinit iieeenit'er n ism unu i no saniu eorn-cl.
(Slirneill AHANMAB rilKSCOTT
.IISC1' M. I1KI.I..
jmi. ttrriiKits jit..
sldiscrijit Ion. 1 urorinutloii w 111 be
IboTllnta ulllco. JOIIN II. (U.'ltaK fcertlsry.
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